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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Neill_M » Wed Nov 30, 2016 9:56 am

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justinr73 wrote:That is good to hear. Thank you.

At least we'll be able to drown our sorrows!

Personally I would abandon the match and just go straight to the pub


The game itself I would agree - will be a cricket score - might as well send the 3rd XV, but it's a cracking ground with a brilliant atmosphere - worth experiencing.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Rovi Snave » Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:11 pm

For those that purchased tickets through UR, has anyone received them yet? :scratch:
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby 10 or 15 only » Fri Dec 02, 2016 8:04 am

In a word, No.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby justinr73 » Sun Dec 04, 2016 4:27 pm

Very few tickets remaining on their website - the match only went on general sale last night.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Neill_M » Tue Dec 06, 2016 2:44 pm

Doing some research for next weekend. If you know your seat location and number etc, can go to the ASM ticket page and get an approximate view from your seat, if there are any unsold seats in the near area etc.

There is a single tramline which runs through the City. There is a stop in the Place de Jaude, tram takes around 10 mins to the Stade Marcel Michelin (stop right outside it). Direction Les Vergnes for heading to the game, La Pardieu Gare for going back into town post game. A single on the Tram is 1.5 Euros. Alternatively it's around 30-40 minute walk.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby HwoodMike2umate » Tue Dec 06, 2016 2:49 pm

Paris on the Friday night and then the 9am train to Clermont on the Saturday from Paris Bercy. Anyone joining us?
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Neill_M » Tue Dec 06, 2016 3:01 pm

Café Pascal in the Place De La Victoire is the main rugby pub/meeting place. Usually shows all the other games on the tv etc. It is open on Sundays. There is also the Still, don't know what it is like as last time as it was a Sunday when we went there and it was shut (game previous day). The Place de la Victoire has a Christmas Market running most of December.

>TLGH , Connacht and :mexican: are all on tv on the Saturday in round 4.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby waggonsroll » Tue Dec 06, 2016 3:17 pm

Rovi Snave wrote:For those that purchased tickets through UR, has anyone received them yet? :scratch:

Mine arrived this morning

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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Russ » Tue Dec 06, 2016 3:35 pm

Neill_M wrote:Doing some research for next weekend. If you know your seat location and number etc, can go to the ASM ticket page and get an approximate view from your seat, if there are any unsold seats in the near area etc.

There is a single tramline which runs through the City. There is a stop in the Place de Jaude, tram takes around 10 mins to the Stade Marcel Michelin (stop right outside it). Direction Les Vergnes for heading to the game, La Pardieu Gare for going back into town post game. A single on the Tram is 1.5 Euros. Alternatively it's around 30-40 minute walk.

Clermont fans parade to the ground

Not sure if joining the parade will male UR PR release a statement regarding parades
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby HwoodMike2umate » Tue Dec 06, 2016 5:52 pm

Is it OK to drink on the tram?
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Russ » Tue Dec 06, 2016 6:44 pm

HwoodMike2umate wrote:Is it OK to drink on the tram?

HWM. In my many years I've found it okay to drink in almost any place so long as you dress well

Dress like a ham and people look at you like you're a twunt
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby wrayzo » Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:39 am

Now the tickets have actually arrived, I have 3 spare in block 15 if anyone is interested. Face value €39.50 each
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Rovi Snave » Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:02 am

waggonsroll wrote:
Rovi Snave wrote:For those that purchased tickets through UR, has anyone received them yet? :scratch:

Mine arrived this morning

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Thanks Waggons - ours arrived yesterday :cheers:

Re Cafe Pascal - great rugby bar and great local food - would highly recommend it :thumleft:

Re the Still - typical Irish pub - if that's your thing!
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby 222toHounslow » Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:11 pm

Russ wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Doing some research for next weekend. If you know your seat location and number etc, can go to the ASM ticket page and get an approximate view from your seat, if there are any unsold seats in the near area etc.

There is a single tramline which runs through the City. There is a stop in the Place de Jaude, tram takes around 10 mins to the Stade Marcel Michelin (stop right outside it). Direction Les Vergnes for heading to the game, La Pardieu Gare for going back into town post game. A single on the Tram is 1.5 Euros. Alternatively it's around 30-40 minute walk.

Clermont fans parade to the ground

Not sure if joining the parade will male UR PR release a statement regarding parades


I'm pretty sure it's a traditional route.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Russ » Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:15 pm

222toHounslow wrote:
Russ wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Doing some research for next weekend. If you know your seat location and number etc, can go to the ASM ticket page and get an approximate view from your seat, if there are any unsold seats in the near area etc.

There is a single tramline which runs through the City. There is a stop in the Place de Jaude, tram takes around 10 mins to the Stade Marcel Michelin (stop right outside it). Direction Les Vergnes for heading to the game, La Pardieu Gare for going back into town post game. A single on the Tram is 1.5 Euros. Alternatively it's around 30-40 minute walk.

Clermont fans parade to the ground

Not sure if joining the parade will male UR PR release a statement regarding parades


I'm pretty sure it's a traditional route.

We all know a good protest can shut down one of those
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